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2015 NFL Draft: New Hampshire tight end Harold Spears will visit Broncos

Another tight end has piqued Denver's interest.

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The Broncos leave no rock unturned.

Already this offseason Denver signed a Division II tight end/H-back, signed a kicking specialist that hasn't played since 2008, and attended a pro day presumably to watch a long snapper.

Their latest sleeper candidate is New Hampshire tight end Harold Spears. Denver has a visit scheduled with Spears, according to the National Football Post's Aaron Wilson.

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Spears (6-4, 255 lbs.) caught 56 passes for 838 yards and 4 touchdowns as a senior. He owns 111 career receptions for 1,639 yards and 12 scores.

Among Tony Softli's top 800 small school prospects, Spears ranks 65th overall. Softli projects Spears to go undrafted. Spears is unranked among Walter Football's top tight end prospects.

If the Broncos land Spears, he will join Virgil Green, Owen Daniels, Dominique Jones, and Joe Don Duncan to give Denver five TEs entering camp (although Duncan is also a fullback prospect).

The 2015 NFL Draft will start Thursday, April 30 and conclude Saturday, May 2. Following the draft, Denver will fill their 90-man offseason roster by signing undrafted free agents.

Spears is a candidate to watch when undrafted signings begin.